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  1. As per 1PW's request please find attached FRST + Addition Thank you FRST.txt Addition.txt
  2. Hey Arthi , Please find files attached ! Thank you kindly Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit.zip FRST.txt
  3. It started a couple of days ago. Mbae service is using 100% of cpu. I tested also the latest version, you see I had been using version 109, I also installed older version that worked fine before but after 30 to 45 minutes after installation they all present the same problem. High cpu usage thus turning my computer unusable. Had to uninstall the programme. Any Ideas what it may be causing that ? Thank you
  4. Just wondering, will it be possible to add to the shield older versions of google chrome ( 49) ? Cheers
  5. Not only. Chrome advises the removal of Avast ! Lol https://forum.avast.com/index.php?topic=221128.0
  6. Hey nukecad, I was referring MBAE beta. Upon installation you'll notice the enable free trial box is checked. That was the cause of my issues. Uninstall MBAE and then do a clean install following the steps. When you come across the "enable free trial "deselect. I am on winxp by the way Cheers
  7. Few days ago had very similar symptoms to yours. Then I realised that enable free trial was checked. I reinstalled anti-exploit deselecting free trial and now everything seems to be ok. Try to see if this works for you. Cheers
  8. I am using AMD Sempron 140 2.7 GHz. Good to know, hake. I'll upgrade to version 109. Cheers
  9. I am in version 107 and do not have this issue. Since I have been using this version ( 107) for almost a day I'll keep an eye and report back if anything ... Cheers
  10. Thus far version 107 is working fine with XP Cheers
  11. Actually my OS is win xp sp3 pro. Cheers
  12. Had to disable automatic upgrade and reinstall version 1.12.1.90 due to : " The procedure entry point K32GetModuleFileNameExW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll."
  13. Thank you very much indeed. Everything has been sorted out.
  14. I do the same but somehow I forgot to do so for that version. Anyway, going back to 1.48 is not such a big step backwards.
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